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Underwater Photo Location: Bimini

Underwater Photo Location: Bimini

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Facts about Bimini

by Shane Gross
The bubbles are actually caused by the approaching sharks's tail. That is how quickly the great hammerhead can turn around.

by Jan Morton
Take Me to Your Leader!

by Jan Morton
Great Hammerhead breaking the Shoal.

by Alex Suh
Divers photographing a Great Hammerhead Shark

by Alex Suh
"Shadow Chaser" - This Great Hammerhead was approaching me while diving with the reflection of the sand. My strobes actually malfunctioned so I had to use the natural light. This picture shows the Hammer chasing its shadow in a way.

by Alex Suh
Gliding Over Sand

by Tanya Houppermans
The Night Watch A great hammerhead at night near Bimini, Bahamas

by Alex Suh
"Electric Reflections of A Hammer" - This Over/Under was taken off the back the boat as I was hanging off the ladder while a Great Hammerhead was swimming close to the boat at the surface of the water.

by Tanya Houppermans
Blue-Eyed Beauty A hammerhead shark off the coast of Bimini, Bahamas

by Tanya Houppermans
Silver Screen Siren A hammerhead shark glides over the sand near Bimini, Bahamas

by Tanya Houppermans
Out of the Darkness A hammerhead at night near Bimini, Bahamas

by Tanya Houppermans
Here, Take My Fin Friendship comes in all shapes, sizes, and species.

by Tanya Houppermans
Everything Is Looking Up A hammerhead shark at night off the coast of Bimini

by Tanya Houppermans
Partial Eclipse A hammerhead shark passes by overhead off the coast of Bimini.

by Tanya Houppermans
Exasperated Hammerhead Is she actually rolling her eyes at me?

by Tanya Houppermans
Lovely Solitude A hammerhead swims through the sun rays off the coast of Bimini.

by Tanya Houppermans
I'm Watching You A hammerhead shark makes eye contact during a night dive off the coast of Bimini.

by Tanya Houppermans
Alien Encounter The Great Hammerhead shark is one of the oddest looking creatures in the animal kingdom.

by Theresa Guise
Smile for the camera / An unusual hammerhead with pigmented belly smiles in front of the camera. Canon 5DMIII, canon 8-15mm fisheye lens @15mm, Nauticam housing, Inon Z240 strobes x2, Zen 230 dome. iso 200, 1/250, f11

by Rasmus Raahauge
Great hammerhead

by Sean Chinn

by Herb Segars
A great hammerhead shark photographed at night in the waters off South Bimini, Bahamas.

by Sean Chinn
Look at the beautiful shape of my head. :).

by Matt Barkkume
Hammerhead in Bimini

by Matias P Alexandro
Hammerhead sharks in The Bahamas. Shot this amazing animals with my nikon d800, ikelite housing. There is nothing better than the clystar clear water in the caribbean, but in Bimini that is something else. As for the hammerheads I'm speechles

by Steven Anderson
Visiting Bimini and one of its residents

by Steven Anderson
Images and sights like this make a long run worthwhile from West End Bahamas to Bimini Bahamas.

by Steven Anderson
Breakfast in Bimini - Bahamas

by Steven Anderson
When ya need a smile these friendly mammals answer the call! Bimini Bahamas

by Jim Machinchick
A big Hammerhead bursting through a cloud of fish in Bimini.

by Rickey Ferand
Overhead Shot of a Great Hammerhead photo shoot in Bimini

by Rickey Ferand
Great Hammerhead Sharks Photography Trip Jan 2017

by Frankie Rivera
A beautiful Great Hammerhead Shark
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